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abc 7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> good evening. i'm eric thomas. that breaking news is out of san jose where there's been a deadly hit and run accident on a major roadway. let's get to abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian. >> reporter: hi, eric. this is the closest police will let us get to the scene. the crash happened around 9:30. we're about three blocks from hicks road. the scene is a massive scene. two cars that were involved. joining me is mateo san cles. he was here right after it happened. tell me what you saw. >> when i pulled up to the scene, me and my friends started running towards it. we saw two cars. and one was pretty badly hit and the other one had his hood smashed in.
the driver of that car had stepped out of the vehicle and was responsive. and the other two were still in their vehicle not responding. and someone there called the cops and shortly after i arrived, the cops showed up. >> did it look like it was a head-on collision? >> yeah, one was going really fast probably. >> what do you think happened as far as cars going in which direction? >> i think that the car that was severely hit was speeding down the street and the other was coming up the hill and it was kind of a blind spot. you see that car spin out or turn towards them. so he probably like didn't have time to react and hit that car. >> you think it was a head-on collision? >> yes. >> as far as the number of people, you think there were two that were nonresponsive? police have confirmed one person is dead but you did see one person come out of the car. >> that was the prius that came up to the blind spot of the hill. >> reporter: you've lived here
for quite some time. >> yeah. >> reporter: thank you for joining us, mateo sanchez. this is an active police scene and the road is going to be closed for quite some time. they are shut down to traffic in both directions so you should definitely avoid it. live in san jose, lisa amine gulezian. we're also following another breaking story tonight. this one is in michigan. at least six people are dead and three others injured in what police describe as a series of random shootings around kalamazoo. police have arrested a possible suspect. the shooting happened over the past few hours in a parking lot at a cracker barrel restaurant and a ford dealership. authorities say the shootings appear to be random murders. we'll bring you any developments through this newscast and
fuls @abc7news bay area. now to the race for the white house. >> some may have doubted us. >> we go back to work tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning we'll be back. >> the winners take a moment to celebrate after two big victories while those who lost reflect on what could have been. >> people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken, and i really respect their decision. >> negan hughes reports from columbia, south carolina. >> reporter: the political map tonight has changed. jeb bush is out. we now have two clear front-runners. hillary clinton and donald trump now each boast two wins in the race for the white house. >> hillary! hillary! >> reporter: clinton sounding confident and taking swings. >> we need more than a plan for the big banks. the middle class needs a raise. and we need more jobs.
>> reporter: south carolina voters cementing donald trump as the outsider, now firmly on the inside track. >> there's nothing easy about running for president. it's tough. it's nasty. it's mean. it's vicious. it's beautiful. when you win, it's beautiful. >> reporter: long lines to vote in both states reflecting a heavy turnout. ted cruz and marco rubio both with strong performances. >> thank you, south carolina. >> after another poor showing, an emotional jeb bush called it quits. >> tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> no. >> yeah, yes. >> reporter: in nevada, bernie sanders emphasizing that he narrowed a big gap with clinton. >> five weeks ago, we were 25 points behind in the polls. >> reporter: sanders is also
trailing here in south carolina. democrats cast their ballots here next saturday. in columbia, south carolina, megan hughes, abc 7 news. people who watch their homes burn in a big fire in the mission district last year say they may never get to return. city inspectors have ordered the apartments at mission and 22nd streets to be demolished as early as next week after those intense flames ripped through the building. inspectors say it's unstable and an earthquake could collapse the building on to the street. even if a new building goes up, rent control laws would no longer apply. >> 3,000. that's crazy. even in the mission. >> i think it's unconscionable that this landlord has allowed things to get to the point where they are. >> the supervisor campos calls the demolition order unjust and is searching for a last-minute solution. the owner of the building could nobt reached for comment. that is the sound of an
explosion in vallejo tonight. the bomb squad safely detonated a pipe bomb. someone left it at capital streets near the solano county courthouse. the device was safely disposed of. no one was hurt. fire torched a truck hauling two horses and two bulls in napa today. flames did not reach the trailer and the animals made it out safely. the driver was not hurt either. erosion is taking its toll in san francisco. abc 7 news at the south end of ocean beach today. you can see what's happening near one of the parking lots. crews piled sandbags to help slow the erosion. six agencies all with a say in how the erosion should be managed have agreed on a $40 million project to close the great highway south of slope boulevard and create a coastal trail in its place in 2021. here's something we haven't seen in months. recreational fishermen catching
dungeness crab in the bay area. abc 7 news was there where we saw lots of big catches today. testing shows it's now safe to fish for sport south of port reyes after crabs tested positive for a toxin deadly to people. it is good news for hungry fishermen. >> eat them right now. >> -- >> it's been a while before we've been able to fish for anything. everybody wants to go fishing. >> commercial season is still closed, and it's going to be until at least the end of next week before state testing comes back to determine if commercial fishing is safe. chinatown filled with the sounds of celebration. thousands packed into the city for the pageantry of the chinese new year parade. sergio quintana live with more
on the sights and sounds. >> reporter: part of the fun of the chinese nuyear parade is the audience participation and a bunch of kids playing with these little sidewalk snappers. well, today's sidewalk at today's parade is a culmination of two weeks worth of celebration. 2016 is the year of the monkey. and for this chinese new year parade, they were everywhere. a monkey king sparred with the sabre rattler in the street. massive monkeys were fixtures on floats. miniature monkeys wave at the crowd and a few were even in the crowd. >> how are you? >> good. >> are you having fun? >> reporter: 4-year-old jeremy chin was having a good time watching the parade but his mother seems to really be having fun. >> you are so excited. >> this is our first time bringing the kids and we're having over the top fun. we love this city. we love living here. >> reporter: the san francisco
chinese nuyear parade is the oldest and largest of its kind outside of asia. it featured about 20 elaborate floats, several marching bands and hundreds of people marching or dancing along the parade route. some spectators tried their best to soak it all in. one man snapping pictures with his ipad and iphone. what impressed you the most? >> firecrackers, linedancers and dragon dancers. >> reporter: 9-year-old angela was having so much fun with her bubbles she didn't want to talk much to a reporter with a microphone. it's a celebration of chinese culture and tradition. it's not complete without a string of firecrackers signaling the entrance of the gigantic dragon. a 270-foot dancing puppet that always closes the show. sergio quintana, abc 7 news. still to come on abc 7 news at :00 -- >> i can't imagine the hours
spent in so much pain. >> battered and bruised. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7. the south bay woman looking for help after she says a person beat her cat. also, the leap of faths in san francisco all for a good cause. and later -- >> holy -- >> caught on camera. a terrifying landslide has completely cut off a remote american town. and -- >> have you ever heard of that girl who races? >> danica? >> danica, yeah. >> what do you think of her? >> man, she awesome. >> going undercover. could your next lift driver be
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daly city, los gatos and all the bay area. this is "abc 7 news." >> someone lured a pet cat away from his san jose home and then beat and tortured him for hours. the disturbing details from abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian. a warning. some images may be difficult to watch. >> this is his feeding tube. >> reporter: two weeks ago someone grabbed him from his neighborhood and tortured him. he has a broken jaw wired together, a feeding tube, a punctured tail, a cone and massive hematoma in his chest. they think he was hit with a baseball bat. >> he is like -- i don't understand how someone can do that to a person's animal. >> reporter: banks san indoor/outdoor cat so it wasn't a surprise when he didn't come home the night of the attack.
but 24 hours later, he eventually returned but could barely walk. >> i'm grateful and thankful he was able to come home, yes, but i can't imagine the hours spent in so much pain. >> reporter: banks has to be tube fed daily. his owner started this go fund me account to help with the vet bills. it took just four days to raise the money. elizabeth primo donated $100. she's horrified by what's happened. >> if they are torturing animals, that doesn't lead to anything good. >> reporter: some in the neighborhood are afraid the suspect is living among them. >> you never know when somebody comes to the store if they are trying to do that. it's going to be kind of scary. >> it can be anybody. >> reporter: banks' owner plans to get the police involved. in san jose, lisa amin gulezian. a warning from santa cruz police after a mountain lion sighting. the lion was seen in escalona
drive. residents are urged to use caution and secure small pets and children. probably isn't where you'd expect to find actors and star athletes. we were at oakland technical high school for the fam first youth football camp. marshawn lynch and josh johnson coached and encouraged some very young players. also on hand for today's lesson, actors taron edgerton and hugh jackman. their upcoming movie "eddie's eagle" is about a skier who made it to the olympics because he never stopped believing in himself. >> you forget how many people are involved. how much there is that atmosphere. you see here today, you see the guys who are motivating. they're not there in the game but without them -- >> jackman even got a chance to run a few drills himself.
>> that is ama daetz at the wine and wishes fund-raiser. 100% of the money raised went to benefit make-a-wish bay area. they made bids on items such as dinner, tickets to see the sharks and even a week-long montana vacation. in san francisco tonight, everyone was irish. abc 7 news consumer reporter michael finney hosted the international festival. food, music and selection of this year's rose court were all part of the festivities. the rose court will be on a float in the st. patrick's day parade in san francisco. we'll have live coverage of the san francisco st. patrick's day parade at noon on saturday march 12th. you can watch the parade streaming on abc 7 news.com and on our news app.
san francisco police chief greg surlan in charge of officers into the chilly waters off the city's aquatic park. part of the san francisco polar plunge and 5k dash and splash to benefit special olympics in northern california. last year's event pulled in $235,000 for charity. and that looks chilly from here. meteorologist drew tuma has a look at the weather. >> if you don't like chilly temperatures you'll like the forecast for the week ahead. we're tracking a warming trend. we're dealing with mainly clear skies. and our storm midweek last week really helped to bump up our numbers in terms of monthly rainfall. we still have a lot of ground to make up. oakland airport just 12% of their monthly rainfall. and the week ahead, it's not about rainfall chances. it's about warming temperatures and potential records on the way. we'll take you outside.
live look from future tower. areas of fog will be our only concern for the next 12 hours. i think it's going to be in our inland valleys we see that patchy fog develop. on sunday, more sunshine, temperatures nice and seasonable in the 60s. and then flirting with records coming next week as the warming trend gets under way. 50 in heyward. 51 in downtown san francisco. same in san jose. and livermore checking in at 44. your sunday planner first thing the next 24 hours will be the chance of some inland fog. from there on, it's nothing but sunshine and comfortable temperatures from the coast to the bay to the inland. everyone getting into the 60s. we're tracking warmer air. live doppler 7 hd along with satellite. this area of high pressure right off the coast. it's strengthening. a lot of sunny days on the way and warmer temperatures moving in. san jose, the week ahead. average high 63 degrees.
watch what happens monday, tuesday. we go into the mid-70s and kind of just sit there. by thursday and friday we go into the upper 70s. we could sigh new records broken. some spots in the south bay will see 80-degree temperature readings returning. clear skies overnight. fog developing mainly in the inland valleys. 43 in san jose. 39 concord. overnight in san francisco around 47. for sunday, lots of sunshine and very comfortable temperatures. 63 san francisco. 68 in oakland. a little high. 67 san jose. 68 napa. antioch 69. here's your accuweather seven-day forecast. tomorrow, patchy morning fog. by monday and tuesday, a warming trend under way. above average by wednesday. there are those records possible thursday and friday. one week from today will be our next chance of rain coming on saturday. right now does not look like a strong storm. >> slight chance. >> slight chance. all right, drew. thanks a lot.
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the baby horse that fell down a ravine got a special visitor today. a service officer dropped in on the colt today. she held the horse as a crew pulled it out of the ravine and said he's making great progress. they adopted the horse while looking for a long-term home. rick is here in for shu. the golden state warriors bouncing back. >> kind of scary at the end but they did get a victory after getting embarrassed yesterday in portland. they got back to their winning ways. klay thompson led the
abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> after suffering their worst loss in the steve kerr era, the warriors looked to bounce back. early on it looked like a golden state blowout. brandon rush gets it back to klay thompson who hits from the corner. draymond green had another triple double. andre iguodala. golden state led by three after one. curry finds him for the big
dunk. warriors led by ten at the half. clippers turn the ball over. thompson gets it to harrison barnes who flies in for the slam dunk. another turnover by the clips. so pretty. curry to iguodala to thompson who finished with a game high 32. a big game from jamal crawford from downtown l.a. knocks down the three. a team high 25. green finds curry who knocks down three. this game appeared to be over. the clips bench scores 13 state. prigioni hit a pair of threes cutting the lead to three. wilcox with a chance to tie it at the buzzer. comes up short. warriors hang on for a 115-112 victory. mike shumann has this postgame report. >> reporter: the warriors prevent their first back-to-back losses of the season with a big win. draymond green with a
triple-double and klay thompson. >> this is what you play for, the big stage. it doesn't get much bigger than playing in l.a. this has been a rivalry between us guys. to win the game like that is big. >> we didn't want to do what we did last night. that was embarrassing. it's good to get a good win against a great team and, you know, start the road trip off on the right note. we take care of the ball. we're almost impossible to beat. >> haven't lost two in a row all year. we didn't want to start that trend now. >> warriors continue the six-game road trip monday in l.a. mike shumann, abc 7 sports. this abc 7 sports report has been brought to you by river rock casino. later, college basketball. st. mary's going for its first sweep of gonzaga in 21 years. >> rick, thanks a lot. the i-team is investigating why authorities have failed to
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> good evening. i'm eric thomas. at least one person is dead in what police say looks like a hit and run next san jose. it happened about two hours ago on camden avenue at hicks road. authorities say two to three vehicles were involved. two wins and a big loss in the race for the white house. hillary clinton edged out bernie sanders in the nevada caucus. in the south carolina primary, donald trump won a commanding
victory. jeb bush dropped out of the race. a san jose cat is slowly recovering from being beaten and tortured for hours. his vet thinks banks may have been beaten with a baseball bat. neighbors fear the person responsible is living among them. the cat's owner says she may get police involved. the number of run down boats off sausalito is increasing. police now report crime has jumped. authorities are under new pressure to remove these boats called anchor outs. dan noyes has the result of the voterigation. >> reporter: a met this man a morning after a wind storm blew his boat across the bay. >> i just found out i'm [ bleep ] homeless and -- >> clark didn't feel like talking at first. they had to pump out the water
and move clark's belongings to help right itself. clark told me he slept through the storm. >> i didn't feel any impact. didn't feel it hit the ground. i was here from sausalito. >> reporter: clark's boat is among more than 200 anchor outs off sausalito. many in bad shape. sky 7 caught two sinking last month. after almost every storm, i spot something. a sailboat, motor boat, or massive pile of junk washed uch on the tiburon shoreline. >> you can walk around the perimeter of this whole area and find more garbage. it's not coming in from china or japan. it's coming from right over there. >> reporter: jim robertson says 15 boats have landed on his property in as many years. this anchor out did $20,000 damage to his dock. the anchor out problem cost one man his life. when this old tug boat broke loose during a storm, a salvage company responded. >> somebody overboard.
>> reporter: employee todd estrel is fell into the water and died from exposure. that was eight years ago. not much has changed. >> this guy dies. eight years later we've still done nothing. >> we can't say nothing. >> we've cleaned up some boats. >> i think that, honestly, there's been a lot of question about the best way forward. >> tiburon mayor heads the richardson bay regional agency formed in 1985 to address the anchor outs. since then we've done repeated stories. authorities always pledging to crack down. >> amazon lady likes to get naked and play her guitar out here. but her days of freedom are running out. >> reporter: yet the number of boats keeps increasing. >> why aren't any of these agencies stepping up to address the issue. >> reporter: san francisco bay keeper staff scientist is worried about the environmental impact of the anchor outs. >> the trash and human waste.
the vessels that are old and derelict of probably leaking fuel and oil. >> reporter: they also cause crop circles you can see from google maps. heavy anchor chains drag the bottom with the tides, killing the eel grass, an important breeding ground for herring. >> you also have the sea lions coming in for the herring. >> reporter: bill price is the richardson bay harbor administrator. it's his job to get rid of derelict boats that sink or wash ashore. up to 70 a year. >> if you could snap your fingers, what would your solution be? >> i'd throw moorings down. places to tie up offshore would limit the number of boats but sausalito refuses to pay its $31,000 share for a study in the mooring issue. so this scene continues to play out.
when low tide came, clark saw how he dragged anchor across the bay. how a rock tore a hole in his boat. >> i'm trying to plug that hole best i can from the outside. >> with what? >> a shirt. >> just a shirt? >> anything to slow down the water. >> i came back the next morning surprised to see clark and a friend free the boat and pull it back to his spot off sausalito. dan noyes, abc 7 news. holy [ bleep ]. that whole rock is moving. holy -- holy lord. >> it was a terrifying scene. an idaho transportation department employee began running after taping a huge land slide in elk city. 250 people are stuck in the town after the landslide. it completely covered the highway with 14 tons of rock and debris. elk city is two hours away from the nearest bigger town. fiji is hunkering down as a
ferocious cyclone is tearing through the pacific island chain. the category 5 storm was estimated to pack winds of up to 177 miles an hour. thankfully it appears the brunt of the storm passed over fiji's capital city. thousands of people gathered to say good-bye to supreme court justice antonin scalia today. ♪ his funeral was held at the basilica in washington, d.c., this morning. vice president joe biden, members of congress and all eight sitting justices of the supreme court attended. scalia died last weekend of natural causes. his son paul, a catholic priest, led the service. he remembered his father as a man who loved god, his country and family equally. >> dad understood the deeper he went in his catholic faith, the better a citizen and public servant he became. >> president obama did not attend today's service but did pay his respects as scalia lay
in repose at the supreme court on friday. a tuesday privacy advocates plan to protest outside apple stores in more than 30 cities. they are against the cupertino company creating a hack to break into the phone of the san bernardino shooter. tonight a possible solution from one of america's most -- foremost experts on cybersecurity. he claims he can break into the phone. all he needs is three weeks. abc news reporter ava pilgrim has details. >> reporter: tonight a proposal to break the stalemate between the fbi and apple over the government's demand the tech giant hack into the iphone of the san bernardino shooter. john mcafee offering to do it himself for free in three weeks. >> i guarantee you give me the phone. i'll give you the data. >> reporter: mcafee defending apple saying the fbi's request to create a so-called back door into the phone's operating system puts hundreds of millions of iphone users at risk. his plan involves physically taking apart this phone and only
this phone eliminate anything risk to others. >> using the social engineering plus the hardware and software, we perform our magic with the wand and it comes out. this is how it works. there are 10,000 hackers in the world who could easily do what i'm suggesting myself. >> reporter: the government has said it needs apple's help to get into saeed farook's phone. next on abc 7 news, a baby boom that's delighting biologists here in the bay area. plus -- >> buckle up for safety. you might need it. >> who was that undercover? is that danica patrick? lyft's latest stunt when abc 7 news at 11 continues. the forecast to start off the weekend. temperature temperatures warm up a bit and then tracking record
for many women, losing their hair san emotional side effect of fighting breast cancer. there's a new device that helps them keep their hair during chemotherapy. natasha has the story tomorrow night at 11:00. why the technology is not available to everyone and what one group is trying to do to help all women. there's an honor baby boom in the elkhorn slew. the scientists have recently counted three sea otter pups.
this is a look at the otter cam on elkhorn slew.com. sea otters were nearly killed off entirely in california. conservation efforts have brought them back and biologists believe their return to the slew means they could soon start populating areas like the san francisco bay again. lyft is up to its tricks again. after fooling san franciscans with jerry rice under cover they recruited nascar star danica patrick to drive in charlotte. >> buckle up for safety. you might need it. my boyfriend thinks i'm a horrible driver. i don't follow the rules. i drive too fast. i pretend like i'm crossing the finish line. i try and get like 500 miles in on sundays and try and do it in like under four hours. >> danica patrick vaguely talks about her days as a nascar driver but none of her passengers seem to catch on.
eventually she told all of her shocked riders who she was and many, of course, snapped a selfie. how could you not know that was danica patrick? like how could you not know this is drew tuma with the weather forecast. >> they put my name at the bo bottom. >> a clear night out there. dropping our temperatures quickly. chilly night there. 51 in san francisco. same in san jose. 47 oakland. san ramon. overnight 36. 41 in san rafael. a chilly night there. 47 in san francisco. 44 fremont and fairfield. 36. also fog developing in our inland valleys. highs for sunday. lots of sunshine on the way. very average february temperatures. 63 the high in san francisco. 68 oakland. 67 san jose and santa rosa, 67. after tomorrow, a big warming trend begins.
accuweather seven-day forecast shows you sunny and seasonable tomorrow. there's that warming trend. monday into tuesday. above average by wednesday, midweek. records are possible thursday and into friday and saturday we're tracking a slight chance of some rain. the seven-day dominated by warm temperatures. >> drew, thank you. college basketball on tap. here's rick quan. >> the warriors. golden state has a way of bouncing bab after a tough loss. that's what it did in l.a. highlights and mike shu
after losing by 32 in portland on friday, golden state took on the clippers tonight in l.a. golden state had not lost back-to-back games all season. stars were out. jay-z and beyonce were courtside at the staple centers. warriors led by ten at the break. following a turnover, klay thompson to harrison barnes who flies in for the slam dunk. another turnover by the clips. this is so textbook. curry to iggy to thompson. a game high 32. draymond green had another triple-double. got it with the assist to curry who pops the three. clippers score 13 straight to make it close at the end but golden state holds on to win.
mike shumann caught up with steph curry after. >> huge for us to show our resiliency as a team. we haven't lost two in a row all year. this is a big test for us in a short turn around against a team playing well. always good to get wins against that team and especially on the road. a big test for us. >> what is it about these two teams. you guys don't care for each other, do you? >> it's been a lot of back and forth, obviously. we play them four times a year. playoff series and all that. so a lot of history. you love those atmospheres. it's going to be a competitive game, spirited. great atmosphere here. so what more could you ask for. >> another triple-double and klay went off with 32. are you just trying to feed these guys and enjoy the night as opposed to trying to score the points? >> i have to be aggressive. scoring is what helps our team
win but being a playmaker and setting up these guys, so much talent. >> this guy -- >> oh, the matching blazer alert. we've got to call each other next time before we get dressed. and i might just have to steal draymond's hat next time. >> yeah? >> it's like a runway over here. >> yeah. everybody is showing their stuff, which is cool. >> looking good, steph. for years gonzaga was a class of the wcc. tonight st. mary's had a chance to complete the first season sweep of the series since 1995. tonight they were in spokane. mcclellan takes it coast to coast. the gaels would continue to lead. now it's emet nar with a great pass. st. mary's holds off gonzaga. with two games left, the gaels are in first place in the west coast conference.
usf at loyola marymount. the dons tie it up in the final seconds. devon watson has a shot blocked. the lions steven haney puts up a prayer for the win but no good. they go to overtime. all loyola. haney for 3 of his 25. lmu wins in overtime. the dons fall to 8-8 in conference play. to the malibu beach for santa clara and pepperdine. lemon murray jr. with the steal and dunk. murray scored 25 points. derek brown with 26. this put the broncos on top midway through the second half. murray misses. davis hits as he's falling backwards. pepperdine goes on to beat santa clara. the broncos are 6-10 in conference play. johnny dawkins was pumped up as stanford took on washington. roscoe allen misses the three but doesn't give occupy the
play. he had 20 points. the huskies would pull away to win. this is not a replay. andrews to malik for another dunk. washington wins. stanford falls to 13-12 overall. 6-8 in the conference. now to baseball. barry bonds is back at spring training. this time as a hitting coach for the miami marlins. when asked whether he should be in the hall of fame, he said there is no doubt. >> i don't really have an opinion about it. i know i'm a hall of fame player. i don't need to get into that. there's not one player that has ever said i'm not one. not one coach that's ever coached for me that said i'm not one. until you decide to make that final decision and that final decision will be made on your terms but in my heart and soul and god knows i'm a hall of famer. >> this abc 7 sports report has been brought to you by river rock casino. earlier tonight, talking to
drew about celebrating chinese new year. when you get a red envelope, there's money inside. >> drew, this is your red envelope. there's money inside. don't spend it all at once. >> you might want me to inspect that for you. this could be dangerous. >> thank you for joining us. that's it for tonight. i'm eric thomas. for drew and shu and rick, thanks for joining us. we'll see you later.
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